Gordon Corera: computers & spies
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Hear Gordon Corera, BBC’s Security Correspondent, talk about the secret history of computers and spies in the home of Colossus, the computer that was born to spy.
The National Museum of Computing is delighted to welcome Gordon Corera who will give insights of the secret history of computing from World War II Colossus to twenty-first century cyberwars.
Gordon Corera will also be signing copies of his fascinating new book, Intercept: The Secret History of Computers and Spies.
Tickets for this special event that starts in the Colossus Gallery at TNMOC, are very limited, so book your place soon.
Gordon Corera is BBC’s Security Correspondent and an author. His publications include MI6: Life and Death in the British Secret Service (2011) and Shopping for Bombs: Nuclear Proliferation, Global Insecurity, and the Rise and Fall of the A.Q. Khan Network, (2006).